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Neon test failures explained.

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: Fri, 15 May 2009 13:21:23 -0400

I think I've *finally* determined that the remaining Neon test failures are,
once again, related to wcprops. But this time, it's not the new wcprops
code that really takes the blame here.

Here's a simple test script (which expects that ~/.subversion/servers
demands Neon):

set -x
rm -rf repos wc
svnadmin create repos
svn co http://localhost/tests/repos wc
(cd wc; make-greek-tree .)
svn ci -m "" wc
svn up wc
svn pset foo bar wc
svn ci -m "" wc
svn up -r1 wc
svn pset foo eek wc

### Uncomment this line to see Total Failure
#find wc -name all-wcprops | xargs rm

echo "### The following commit should fail do to out-of-dateness. ###"
svn ci -m "" wc

As-is, the test does what is expected. But if you uncomment the line that
purges the wcprops from the working copy, the final commit does not detect
its out-of-dateness. This is a bug in Neon, period. The DAV RA layers are
expected to be resilient in the face of a missing DAV cache, which only
exists for performance reasons.

C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
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Received on 2009-05-15 19:22:08 CEST

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